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fgetty - a small getty for linux
fgetty tty [--noclear] [--long-hostname]
The command fgetty is normally invoked by init(8), opens a tty port, prompts for a login name and invokes the /bin/login command.
--noclear makes fgetty not clear the screen before displaying the login prompt. --long-hostname makes fgetty display the full hostname in the login prompt.
/etc/issue printed before the login prompt /etc/inittab init(8) configuration file /var/run/utmp the system status file
The issue-file (/etc/issue or the file may contain certain escape codes to display the system name, date and time etc. All escape codes consist of a backslash (\) immediately followed by one of the letters explained below. d the current date. (eg: 2002-01-19) s the system name, the name of the operating system. (eg: Linux) l the name of the current tty line. (eg: tty3) m the architecture identifier of the machine (eg: i586) n the nodename of the machine, also known as the hostname. (eg: sirius) o the domainname of the machine. (eg: (none)) r the release number of the OS. (eg: 2.4.3-i) t the current time. (eg: 14:51:51) u the number of current users logged in. (eg: 4) U the string "1 user" or "<n> users", where <n> is the number of current users logged in. (eg: 4 users) v Insert the version of the OS. (eg: #2 Fre Jan 18 23:05:45 CET 2002)
HOST is set to your hostname TERM is set to linux TTY is set to the current tty line
1 could not chown/chmod tty device 3 could not open tty device 4 not a typewriter 5 vhangup failed 6 could not open tty (can't happen) 7 dup failed 8 could not exec login 9 read returned an unexpected error 10 unprintable character in login name 11 login name too long (>40) 13 user name started with a dash 23 received SIGQUIT
Felix von Leitner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Homepage: http://www.fefe.de/fgetty/